Wizard101
Balance Spellements


With so many new spellements and utilities for each school, the Wizard101 Spring 2022 update will make the Rhoshambo update look like a quick patch in comparison. The creativity behind these customizable spellement paths is insane. Here I present all the Balance spellements being added to the game from trained, to lore spells, and in some cases, brand new, never seen before spells!

Where can I obtain these spellements?


While we don’t have the exact locations pinpointed just yet, we do have some useful information to share about this! This Dev Diary reveals the sources, we have so far. They reference the below methods one can obtain spellements:

  • Pet Adventure talents like Elemental Retriever can be used to obtain random spellements;
  • a new world chest (like Wooden Chest and Silver Chest) that can be opened with Cantrips spell, Magic Touch but also requires three wizards to unlock;
  • defeating various world bosses by using wizards at appropriate levels.

 

Looking for a different school?


Clicking on the above school buttons directs you to their spellement article.

 

Trainer Spells


Spells that can be accessed by using a training point or obtainable for free if your wizard is of the same school as the spell. They are found across spell vendors throughout the Spiral, although generally they are available from the Ravenwood school professors.

Scarab

Top Path: Damage and accuracy increase.

Bottom Path: Damage increases and pip cost becomes 2, but you receive a universal trap that ranges from +10% to +15% depending on the tier.

Scorpion

Top Path: Damage remains unchanged, but places a mantle that ranges from 10%-25% depending on the tier

Bottom Path: Damage increases with each tier and the pip cost increases to 3, but now removes one pip from the opponent.

Locust Swarm

Top Path: Damage and accuracy increase.

Bottom Path: Damage decreases, but now you swap 1-3 negative wards (dependent on the tier) on yourself to your opponent, then deal damage to them of their own school.

Gearhead Destroyer

Top Path: Damage and accuracy increase.

Bottom Path: Damage decrease, but now pushes the most recent damage overtime on yourself to the opponent as well as steals the most recent healing overtime from the opponent.

Elemental Golem

Middle Path: Damage increase with each tier.

Source: Can be obtained by participating in any Beastmoon events as well as dropped by any school specific Beastmoon seed.

Iron Curse

Middle Path: Damage increase with each tier.

Source: Can be obtained by participating in any Beastmoon events as well as dropped by any school specific Beastmoon seed.

Spectral Blast

Top Path: Damage and accuracy increase.

Middle Path: Pip cost increased to 5, but with a conditional that adds 160 damage per enemy negative charm or negative ward with a max of 1-2 depending on the tier.

Bottom Path: Pip cost increased to 5, but with a conditional that adds 160 damage per enemy positive charm or positive ward with a max of 1-2 depending on the tier.

Obsidian Colossus

Middle Path: Damage increase with each tier.

Source: Can be obtained by participating in any Beastmoon events as well as dropped by any school specific Beastmoon seed.

Hydra

Top Path: Damage decrease, but with a conditional that adds 230-255 damage to the Fire head if the opponent has a shield. Order also changes to Ice, Storm, then Fire.

Middle Path: Damage decrease, but with a conditional that adds 230-255 damage to the Ice head if the opponent has a blade. Order also changes to Storm, Fire, then Ice

Bottom Path: Damage decrease, but with a conditional that adds 230-255 damage to the Storm head if there is a damage overtime on yourself. Order remains unchanged.

Lore Spells


These spells are obtained through different sources and not simply trained by your school professor. They were previously found as a rare drop from the Loremaster in the Atheneum, Dragonspyre. Additionally, some could be obtained from lore packs in the Crown Shop or by crafting them.

Steal Pip

Middle Path: Copy Limit goes up by one with each tier.

Source: Deluxe Spellemental Pack. (If opened, you are guaranteed 4 Steal pip spellements if the wizard you open the pack on does not currently have the spell trained)

Spiritual Tribunal

Top Path: Increases life damage, the last tier also increases a chance the spell will do life damage.

Middle Path: Increases death damage, the last tier also increases a chance the spell will do death damage.

Bottom Path: Increases myth damage, the last tier also increases a chance the spell will do myth damage.

Source: Drops from Loremaster in Atheneum, Dragonspyre. Can also be obtained from the Celestian Spellemental Pack

Ninja Piglets

Middle Path: Damage increase with each tier.

Source: Drops from Loremaster in Atheneum, Dragonspyre. Can also be obtained from the Wysteria Spellemental pack.

Samoorai

Middle Path: Damage increases with each tier, and gain one pip after damage.

Source: Drops from Loremaster in Atheneum, Dragonspyre.

Savage Paw

Middle Path: Damage increase with each tier.

Source: Drops from Loremaster in Atheneum, Dragonspyre.

 

Shadow Spells


The below spells may vary from different sources, although they are generally obtained when completing main line quests. The common factor is that they require access to shadow pips to be cast in combat.

Mockenspiel

Top Path: Increase the pip cost to 6 and then 7

Bottom Path: Decrease the pip cost to 4 then 3

Source: Dropped throughout Karmelle by various bosses as well as rewarded by various quests.

Old One’s Endgame

Top Path: Increase the pip cost to 7 and then 8

Bottom Path: Decrease the pip cost to 5 then 4

Source: Dropped throughout Lemuria by various bosses as well as rewarded by various quests.

The True Grind Begins…

With so many more different spellements to hunt down and farm for, the end game content just got a full extension like never seen before. The rewarding feeling of reaching the next tier will be so satisfying. Which spellements are you going to chase down first? Which spellements are too strong, which need a buff?

Leave a comment down below!

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